Definition of 'off-ramp'
Example sentences containing 'off-ramp'
It was the perfect vantage point for her to watch both the entrance to the hotel and the off-ramp leading from its car park.CODE BREAKER (2001)
The traffic on that highway was busier than ever now, but the off-ramp that served the Grove was seldom used.EVERVILLE (2001)
Definition of off-ramp from the Collins English Dictionary
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